Managing risk has always been, and is likely to remain, a top priority for any institution actively trading in the financial markets. While risk management has historically focused on market and credit risk, liquidity risk has recently edged its way into the spotlight and demanded the buy side's attention. Simply defined, liquidity risk is the danger that market liquidity will diminish to the extent that a firm cannot sell a security for the price at which it has been valued.
Such a situation
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